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Read the latest research news from Quarterly, the magazine for alumni, friends, faculty and students of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison.

 

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Andrew Baschnagel Wins UW Carbone Award for Lung Cancer Study

Andrew Baschnagel Wins UW Carbone Award for Lung Cancer Study

The University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) has awarded Dr. Andrew Baschnagel its 2017 Young Investigator Award. Baschnagel is a radiation oncologist who specializes in treating patients with lung and other thoracic cancers. He joined t...
7/25/2017 | Andrew Baschnagel Wins UW Carbone Award for Lung Cancer Study

Investigators are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco Addiction

Investigators are Tracking America

Mike Eheler didn’t want to die and leave his wife and four kids without him. Like most smokers, he became addicted as a kid. He had smoked for 23 years, his grandmother had died from lung cancer, and now he could feel the toll on his health&mda...
7/18/2017 | Investigators are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco Addiction

New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin and War on Antibiotic Resistance in Wisconsin teams. “You know, if you’re going to poop anyway, you might as well get paid for it!” That’s Doug Esselman’s sales pitch for c...
7/18/2017 | New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

Alzheimer's Research Presented at International Conference in London

Alzheimer

Hearing loss, highly stressful life events, speech and where you live could all be risk factors for cognitive decline, according to University of Wisconsin-Madison research presented this week at the 2017 Alzheimer’s Association International C...
7/17/2017 | Alzheimer's Research Presented at International Conference in London

Shapiro Summer Research Program Shapes the Future of Medical Discovery

Shapiro Summer Research Program Shapes the Future of Medical Discovery

Medical students talk about their research experiences with the Department of Medicine. Since 2002, medical students at UW-Madison have engaged in the Shapiro Summer Research Program, designed for students interested in medical research who are ...
7/17/2017 | Shapiro Summer Research Program Shapes the Future of Medical Discovery

 

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